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The Al Pitcher Experience

Doris productions presents

The Al Pitcher Experience


Each Al Pitcher show is unique. He eclipses his peers with his interactive abilities, his audience never quite knowing where he's leading them. Raised on New Zealand soil, Al Pitcher returns to his home country after six years away, with his one man show “THE AL PITCHER EXPERIENCE”.

Having just completed a highly acclaimed UK Tour, Al has wowed audiences with his unsystematic, unpredictable and upbeat live performances. His comedy has taken him all over the UK and around the world, with live performances in Berlin, New York, Seoul and Shanghai.

Al was commissioned by BBC Radio One to write and perform on their late-night comedy sketch show The Milk Run. In 2005 he performed at the Edinburgh festival with his highly praised second solo show “Wolfcatcher”, and a return to the Edinburgh Festival is planned for August 2006.

Join this engaging rising star of the UK comedy circuit on his much awaited return.


“He can reduce the audience to tears of Laughter” The Times

“Has the energy of a kid that has drunk too much lemonade” Metro


Dates: May 17 - 20
Venue: The Comedy Underground, 305 Queen St, Auckland, 10.00pm
Tickets: $18/$12
Bookings: Ticketek (09) 307 5000

Dates: May 24 - 27
Venue: The Bats Theatre, Kent Terrace, Wellington, 9.30pm
Tickets: $15/$12
Bookings: Ticketek (09) 307 5000

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